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Gaming grant review comes to northern B.C.

Prince George turns out for Sept. 15 community forum

British Columbians have been speaking out about how gaming grants should be given out to the non-profit sector. Daybreak North's Jenifer Norwell went to a public forum in Prince George to speak to those affected, as well as gaming grant review chair Skip Triplett.

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A report on gaming grants is to be submitted to the province on October 31.

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